The West Bank city has been hit with 55 break-ins in recent weeks – a 43% rise on 2013 figures
Elsewhere on the West Bank, celebrations have been cancelled – and in the Aida refugee camp, windows are covered with wooden planks to prevent Israeli army tear gas canisters from entering
'A lot of what's happening is frustration... the frustration of people who see huge gaps between west and east Jerusalem'
The two men are reported to have tried to ram Israeli soldiers with cars as they raided Qalandia, to search for suspects and weapons
An Israeli human rights group lost an appeal to prevent the demolitions
The Shin Bet security agency said Israel 'will not permit terror operatives to hide in any places of refuge'
The Conservative MP's tour of Israel and the West Bank was ending in controversy today as Palestinian groups refused meetings
Benjamin Netanyahu's government is furious about the change, claiming the plan will pave the way for the boycotting of all Israeli goods. Ben Lynfield visited the Ahava cosmetics plant in Mitzpe Shalem, one of the prime targets of the new regulations
The US has condemned the proposal - which could affect the residency rights of tens of thousands of Palestinians
The attack happened at an Israeli settlement in the bitterly divided West Bank city of Hebron
The Hamas leader in Gaza has declared a third 'intifada' in the West Bank
A series of stabbings in recent weeks have increased tensions
A couple in their 30s was shot dead while driving through the Palestinian village of Beit Furik with their four children yesterday
The visitors reportedly took a wrong turn into Palestinian territory on their way to a holy site